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September 25, 2006, 6:35 pm
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Re: IO::Socket default timeout
That's because there's no default timeout.
The IO::Socket timeout us the time after which IO::Socket gives up
waiting for the OS's socket library to complete an operation.
By default IO::Socket never gives up waiting for the OS's socket
library to complete an operation. Eventually, however, the underlying
OS will give up. After how long, and how this is configured is, AFAIK,
an OS issue.
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